Popper's Contribution to the Philosophy of Probability

@inproceedings{Gillies1995PoppersCT,
  title={Popper's Contribution to the Philosophy of Probability},
  author={Donald Gillies},
  year={1995}
}
Popper's writings cover a remarkably wide range of subjects. The spectrum runs from Plato's theory of politics to the foundations of quantum mechanics. Yet even amidst this variety the philosophy of probability occupies a prominent place. David Miller once pointed out to me that more than half of Popper's The Logic of Scientific Discovery is taken up with discussions of probability. I checked this claim using the 1972 6th revised impression of The Logic of Scientific Discovery , and found that… CONTINUE READING

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